Electric Panel Repair in Denver, CO

Your home’s electrical panel is susceptible to wear and tear. Given enough time, professional maintenance and repair services will be required. Done’s team is able to assess the situation and provide a range of options. The solution could be as simple as resetting the breaker. In more complex cases, Done electricians have the experience and expertise to make the process quick and painless. When replacement of damaged parts or separation of circuitry is required, we can get it done in no time.

Done’s electric panel repair services include:

  • Wire Repairs: Electrical wiring can become damaged or frayed over time, which can lead to electrical problems and fire hazards. The same goes for electrical connections. Over time, these can become loose or corroded. The connections in your electric panel may need to be tightened or replaced.
  • Grounding Repairs: Proper grounding is essential for the safe operation of the electrical system. If the home’s grounding is faulty or damaged, repairs may be necessary.
  • Panel Tune Up: With this all-in-one service, we’ll tighten everything down, make sure all breakers are functioning, and make sure the panel is labeled correctly.


Electric Panel Replacement in Denver, CO

Sometimes, replacement makes more sense than repair and maintenance. If your home is more than 20 years old and your panel constantly needs repair, it might be time to replace or upgrade your electric panel. Common signs that indicate the need for electric panel replacement include:

  • Breaker frequently tripping
  • Panel coming off the wall
  • Loose wires
  • Flickering lights around the house

If electric panel replacement is a viable option for you, our electricians will walk you through all the necessary considerations. We won’t push you to make a sale. Our goal is to provide you with the right information so you can be confident in your decision. Done offers a variety of electric panel replacement and upgrade services, including:

Circuit Breaker Replacement

Circuit breakers can wear out over time or become damaged. They may need to be replaced to ensure that they function properly and provide protection against electrical overloads.

Code Compliance Upgrades 

If the home’s electrical panel does not meet current electrical code requirements, upgrades may be necessary to ensure that it is safe and legal.

GFCI Replacement 

Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) are important safety devices that protect against electrical shocks. If a GFCI is not functioning properly, it may need to be replaced to ensure that it provides adequate protection.

Arc Fault Circuit Breakers 

An arc fault refers to the unintended flow of electrical current that generates high heat. This can be a serious fire hazard. To prevent these dangerous situations, Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) Breakers are designed to identify and safeguard your circuits.

Panel Replacement 

In some cases, the entire electric panel may need to be replaced. If the electric panel is outdated, unsafe, or no longer able to handle the electrical demands of the home, opt for replacement. The size of your panel should also be taken into consideration. If the current electric panel is too small to handle the electrical demands of the home, an upgrade to a larger panel may be necessary to avoid overloading the system.

Lastly, consider your plans for the future. If you intend to remodel your home or add new appliances in the coming months or years, upgrading your electric panel might be necessary. Discuss your plans for the future with a professional electrician. This is a crucial piece of information that will help them make appropriate recommendations.

A common upgrade to accommodate upsizing is going from a 100 amp panel to a 200 amp panel. Simply put, more amperage will allow you to power more things in your home. Speak to an expert to discuss upgrading your electric panel capacity today.


Electric Panel Safety

Homeowners across Denver, CO are rightly concerned about the condition of their electrical panel. How dangerous can a compromised panel be? Unsafe electrical panels can pose a serious risk to your home and family. These are typically older panels that were installed before modern safety standards were in place. The most common unsafe panel is the Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) panel, which is known to be faulty and prone to malfunctioning. These panels can overheat and potentially cause electrical fires, posing a serious hazard to your home and family. FPE panels were installed from the early 1950s to the late 1980s. They were distributed widely, so don’t be surprised if you discover one in your home. If you have an older panel, it’s important to have it inspected by a licensed electrician to ensure that it’s up to code and safe to use. Upgrading to a newer, safer panel is a wise investment that can provide peace of mind and protect your home. 

Sub Panels

Sub panels are additional electrical panels that are connected to the main electric panel and are used to distribute electricity to specific areas of the home. This includes the garage, basement, new additions, and even other structures such as a guest house. Sub panels allow homeowners to safely add on to the power network when all the breaker slots on the main electric panel are filled. These nifty panels can supply power to outlets, lights, and appliances.

To summarize, here are the key benefits of sub panels:

  • Distribute additional power to specific parts of your property
  • Prevents overloading the main electric panel
  • Can be installed in a separate room/building from the main panel

Electric Panel Meter & Mast

An electric meter is a device used to measure the amount of electrical energy consumed by a building or household. It records the amount of electricity flowing through it, which is then used to calculate the cost of the electricity used. More often than not, electric meters can be found on the outside of buildings next to the electric panel. They are typically owned by the electricity supplier. An electric mast is a pole-like structure that supports electrical wires and cables, and helps to transmit electricity from the power station to the buildings it serves. It connects to the power grid and distributes electricity to the transformers that step down the voltage to a level that can be used safely by households.

At Done, we ensure that our customers’ mast and meter are working and meet regulatory standards. Our team can secure the connection between the utility and your home as well as make sure you’re complying with safety regulations.

Electrical Mapping

At Done, we believe that having an electrical map can be extremely useful in identifying the source of electrical problems at home. Without it, troubleshooting can be a frustrating and time-consuming process. An electrical map is a valuable tool that can help you identify circuits and electrical locations in your home. It can also pinpoint load issues that may exist on existing circuits.

Through electrical mapping, our team of electricians can:

  • Dissect your electrical system’s layout
  • Spot tripped breakers
  • Identify electric issues quickly

Smart Panels

Smart electric panels provide real-time data on energy usage and allow remote control of individual circuits. With this feature, homeowners can easily monitor their energy consumption and make necessary adjustments to reduce bills. These innovative panels can connect directly to your smartphone, allowing easy remote control. Additionally, smart electric panels can detect faults, such as short circuits or overloads. They can even shut off power to the affected circuits automatically. This reduces the risk of electrical emergencies such as fires. Overall, the benefits of smart electric panels include improved energy efficiency, increased safety, and greater convenience, making them a worthwhile investment for any homeowner.


At, Done Plumbing, Heating, and Electric, transparency is a key part of how we do business. This commitment to transparency applies to permits. All the work we do at Done Plumbing, Heating, and Electric is performed at or above code. If the job calls for it, we will secure a local building department permit and work with an electrical inspector. We are a fully licensed electrical contractor with the State of Colorado (EC 102570).

Proud To Serve Denver, CO Since 1999

Done Plumbing, Heating, and Electric has been serving homeowners across Denver, CO and its surrounding areas for over 20 years. We are family owned and we wear our company values on our rolled up sleeves. We are committed to a people-first philosophy, with exceptional customer service and integrity. Our team loves troubleshooting with the goal of giving you as many options as possible. Our goal is to empower the homeowner with knowledge so they can make an informed decision. 

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